If you’re looking to escape the urban noises of the city, these 6 nearby cabin getaways will have you quickly unplugged and unwound. Easily accessible by car, these locations make perfect basecamps for outdoor recreation and connection – whether you bring the family together, or choose to create a romantic getaway is up to you.
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Hygge Hut. Within City Limits.
If you’re not quite ready for a full rustic escape, but you want all the charm and amenities the Hygge Hut is for you. Built from a rustic log home, this accommodation combines the cozy comforts we crave with high-end Scandinavian-inspired decor. Tucked into the trees, and with the expansive Pidherny trails right outside your backdoor, you’ll be able to tackle seasonal pleasures like mountain biking, snowshoeing and hiking without having to use your wheels. This cozy hut is perfect for adventurous couples, families with older kids and is even dog-friendly.
Woodhouse Ranch and Cottages. 30 Minutes West.
An easy 30 minutes from downtown allows guests to escape the hustle of the city and experience the tranquillity of a 300-acre ranch. With three unique first-class cottages, you’ll be spoiled for choice and will love the historic accommodation. Each cabin once acted as farm sheds or barns decades ago. With high-end decor and creature comforts, Woodhouse is the perfect pick to help you unwind with an outdoor swimming pool, snowmobile lessons and acres to roam with your kids and pets.
Purden Lake Resort Cabins. 40 Minutes East.
Cozy up by the wood fireplace with someone special for a romantic weekend, or choose the larger two-bedroom log home for family stays. With a casual atmosphere and Purden Lake moments away, you can tuck yourself away from the world. During your stay, explore the lake and nearby trails like the Ancient Forest or Sugarbowl-Grizzly Den Provincial Park. With wood supplied, a restaurant on-site and nearby beach you can make your own weekend as adventurous as you want.
Ness Lake Cabin. 30 Minutes North.
This private cabin getaway rests snuggly on the banks of Ness Lake just north of the city. A well-developed log home, the accommodation provides space for 10 guests but can accommodate as much as 15. With firepit, BBQ, hottub, WIFI and a sturdy dock you’ll be ready for afternoon lake swims, board game nights, and late-night wiener roasts. Minimal rental stay is 4 nights.
Summit Lake Resort Cabins. 40 Minutes North.
Nestled in the continental divide between the Pacific and Arctic watershed, Summit Lake Resort provides so much fun for families. Guests can bring their hiking shoes and tackle the popular Teapot Mountain trail, or bring fishing gear for some lighthearted angling. With Huble Homestead a short drive away, your whole weekend can be geared towards building family memories.
Azouzetta Lake Lodge & Campgrounds. 2 Hours North.
Covered in snow, or warmed up by summer sunshine, Azouzetta is perfect for a getaway in any season. With two A-frame cabins ready to accommodate couples or small groups, and the Murray range and Azouzetta Lake surrounding you – you’ll be ready to jump into adventures. Winter lovers will love the location to Powder King, just a few minutes away, and hikers and wildlife viewers will swoon over the surrounding wilds.
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